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How to Prepare for Dental Surgery

Sometimes dental surgery is a necessary solution for resolving stubborn dental and gingival problems. There are many reasons individuals may need dental surgery, some of the most common dental surgeries include the extraction of wisdom teeth, the placement of dental implants or the grafting of gums.

It goes without saying that surgery can make anyone nervous. To prepare yourself well, we have gathered the essential elements to help you trust in your dentist before the operation. Here are 5 tips to prepare you for dental surgery!

1. Respect the Preoperative Instructions from your Dentist

It should be noted that the next tips are general guidelines. Be sure to firstly follow the specific instructions of your dentist, who is familiar with your personal oral health.

When your dentist informs you that you need to have surgery, he or she will provide you with a list of preoperative instructions. It is imperative that you follow those instructions to ensure the highest rate of success.

2. Clean your Mouth Properly

A few days before surgery, it is important to take the time to deeply clean your teeth and the inside of your mouth. Proper brushing and flossing will maintain good dental hygiene.

3. Limit your Consumption of Certain Foods

Most surgeries involve local or general anesthesia. You will be asked to not eat within a certain amount of hours before the operation. It is also advisable to stop smoking 6 to 8 weeks before an oral surgery, as this carries a risk of complications and a longer healing process.

4. Inform your Dentist of any Medication you Take

If you take certain medication, make sure to let your dentist know. Some may hinder the smoothness of the procedure process, some may create a reaction with other medicines they might wish to give you. They may, for example, advise you to stop taking a certain medication for a short period of time before the operation.

5. Expect an Accompanist

After dental surgery, you may be dizzy or tired. Make sure you bring someone to accompany you, or at least provide safe transportation for the return, such as a taxi.

Remember, dental surgery is about improving your oral health! Proper preparation will not only make your mind more comfortable, but will allow a better recovery.

At the Clinique Dentaire et d’Implantologie du Dr. Vinh Nguyen et Associés, our team accompanies you throughout the operation, offering you a relaxed and warm atmosphere. If you need dental surgery in Brossard, contact us to make an appointment today!